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Designing Streets for Kids

21 August 2021

Building on the success of the Prince Michael Award winning Global Street Design Guide, the guidance in Designing Streets for Kids  captures international best practices, strategies, programs, and policies that cities around the world have used to design spaces that enable children of all ages and abilities to utilize cities’ most abundant asset – streets. The guide includes design recommendations and case studies that highlight streets that are safe, enjoyable, and inspirational for children and caregivers.

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